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Billy Jones & Ernest HareCollected Works of Billy Jones & Ernest Hare

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This audio is part of the collection: 78 RPMs and Cylinder Recordings
It also belongs to collection: Music, Arts & Culture

Artist/Composer: Billy Jones & Ernest Hare


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As a Porcupine Pines for It's Pork, That's How I Pine for You (1925) 2.3 MB 
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Barney Google (1923) 3.0 MB 
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Collegiate (1925) 2.7 MB 
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Does the Spearmint Lose Its Flavor on the Bedpost Overnight (1924)[MusicBrainz (recording)] 2.6 MB 
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Don't Bring Lulu (1925)[MusicBrainz (recording)] 3.4 MB 
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Down Where the South Begins (1924) 3.4 MB 
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Gid Ap, Girabaldi (1927) 3.0 MB 
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Henry's Made a Lady Out of Lizzie (1928)[MusicBrainz (recording)] 2.7 MB 
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Hokey Pokey Diddle Dee Rum (1926) 3.7 MB 
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How Do You Do (1925) 2.5 MB 
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How's Your Folks and My Folks (Down in Norfolk Town) (1925) 2.5 MB 
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I Can't Sleep in the Movies Any More (1929) 2.6 MB 
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I Love to Dunk a Hunk of Sponge Cake (1928) 1.8 MB 
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I Miss My Swiss (My Swiss Miss Misses Me) (1925)[MusicBrainz (recording)] 3.0 MB 
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I Miss My Swiss a 2.0 MB 
I Wish I was In Peoria (1926) 4.0 MB 
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I'm Gonnia Bring a Watermelon to My Girl Tonight (1924) 2.9 MB 
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Indiana Lullaby (1922) 2.8 MB 
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In the Little Red School House (1922)[MusicBrainz (recording)] 3.5 MB 
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It Ain't Gonna Rain No More (1924) 2.5 MB 
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It Ain't Gonna Rain No More (1924) a[MusicBrainz (recording)] 4.3 MB 
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It Don't Do Nothing But Rain (1926) 3.0 MB 
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It Won't Be Long Now (1926) 2.8 MB 
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Its in the Bag 2.1 MB 
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Laff It Off (Laugh It Off) (1924) 2.0 MB 
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Me No Speak-A-Good English (1924) 3.1 MB 
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Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Shean (1922) 1.7 MB 
Mr. Hoover and Mr. Smith (1928) 1.9 MB 
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Mr. Hoover and Mr. Smith (1928) 2.9 MB 
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No One Knows What It's All About (1924) 1.9 MB 
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Oh Gee Oh Gosh Oh Golly I'm In Love (1923) 3.0 MB 
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Oh Ya Ya (1927) 3.0 MB 
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Old King Tut (1923) 2.9 MB 
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On My Ukelele (Tra La La La La) (1924) 2.2 MB 
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Pastafazoola (1927) 2.8 MB 
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Sergeant Flagg & Sergeant Quirk (1929) 2.9 MB 
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She Has a Little Dimple on Her Chin (1929) 2.7 MB 
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She Knows Her Onions (1926) 2.8 MB 
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Since Henry Ford Apologized to Me (1927) 2.9 MB 
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So is Your Old Lady (1926) 2.6 MB 
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Spring is Here (1926) 3.7 MB 
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Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes (1921) 3.2 MB 
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That Certain Party (1925) 2.9 MB 
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That Old Gang of Mine (1923) 2.1 MB 
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That Old Gang of Mine (1923) a[MusicBrainz (recording)] 3.4 MB 
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That's a Lot of Bunk (1923) 1.8 MB 
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The Farmer Took Another Load Away (1925) 3.8 MB 
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The Village Blacksmith Owns the Village Now (1926) 3.0 MB 
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What Does the Pussy Cat Mean When She Says Meow (1924) 3.0 MB 
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What No Women (1926) 2.8 MB 
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When Lindy Comes Home (1927) 1.9 MB 
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Who Cares Any How (1929) 2.5 MB 
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Why Aren't Yez Eatin' More Oranges (1925) 2.9 MB 
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You Can't Fool an Old Horse Fly (1924) 4.0 MB 
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You Tell Her I Studder (1922) 3.1 MB 
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You're in Kentucky, Sure as You're Born (1923) 3.2 MB 
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Reviewer: MintStitch - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - September 9, 2012
Subject: I love these guys
I discovered this duo from a record being played on an Edison phonograph at a flea market a few years ago. Since then, I've tried to hunt down everything I can. They are hilarious and a joy! Thank you Internet Archive for broadening my horizons.
Reviewer: The HappinessBoys - 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars - October 19, 2010
Subject: Ernest Hare...My Grand Dad
Ernest Hare is my Grand Dad. Although I never knew him, as he died when my mother, Marilyn Hare, was 15 years old, I feel like I am as close to him as anyone could be and am so blessed to have his music to enjoy.
Thanks for listening and keeping the Happiness Boys alive!
Reviewer: the ole archivist - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - July 25, 2005
Subject: early radio
these two characters were the "interwoven pair"
on very early radio commercials. They made their
mark in vaudeville and records in the teens and twenties, and were quite established by the early
30's, when they were the first famous voices in radio.
Reviewer: geekzapoppin - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - July 5, 2005
Subject: Brings back memories.
My father has an old Edison phonograph that is still in working order. Several of the songs represented here are in my father's collection, though sadly not in as good a shape as the discs transcribed here. My brother and I used to spend many an afternoon cranking up the old Edison and delighting to the sounds of "Barney Google", "Old King Tut", and "Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Sheen". Jones and Hare's humor may not have retained much of its relevance for modern audiences, but the songs were always bouncy and fun to listen to. This is a great find for me.
Reviewer: geekzapoppin - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - July 5, 2005
Subject: Brings back memories.
My father has an old Edison phonograph that is still in working order. Several of the songs represented here are in my father's collection, though sadly not in as good a shape as the discs transcribed here. My brother and I used to spend many an afternoon cranking up the old Edison and delighting to the sounds of "Barney Google", "Old King Tut", and "Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Sheen". Jones and Hare's humor may not have retained much of its relevance for modern audiences, but the songs were always bouncy and fun to listen to. This is a great find for me.

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